Posts Categorized: In the News

6 Welding Tips All Fabricators Should Follow

6 Welding Tips All Fabricators Should Follow Fabrication is a steadily growing industry, and we would like to give some tips to anyone interested in working as a fabricator.  To do this we will tell you our 6 welding tips that all fabricators should follow: 1)   Always properly clean materials prior to welding so that… Read more »

Golden Lessons of Raw Grit

Oberlander Business Men

What gems of enduring success did the generations above you hand down?  It just hit me how rare it is to have parents married for 35 years, who proactively perform – united in the very business they founded off my dad’s 401K, and my mom’s innate money sense (named Penny for a reason). It is… Read more »

Wishing a Restful and Happy Thanksgiving from Pro Weld

Pro Weld near Medford Oregon produces International Transformer Tanks

Our welding crew wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving from Pro Weld! The four day thanksgiving weekend is expected to be one of the all-American traditional pie mixed with gratitude for the growing welding crew. While US steelworkers face uncertain markets and layoffs, the award winning women owned business grows its expert welding team. Thanksgiving week alone,… Read more »

Senator Marco Rubio, Pro Weld agrees…”We Need More Welders”

Women Owned Business, Pro Weld Seek Journeymen

Republican Debate Reveals Demand for Skilled Labor Last week Marco Rubio, Florida Republican highlights what Oregon employer, Pro Weld faces as the business grows. This family operated, award winning, Women Owned welding company seeks welders to hire before the end of the year. “We need more welders and less philosophers” says Sen. Marco Rubio. Interesting… Read more »

White City Welding Company Offers Portable Infrared BBQ for Internationally

Penny Oberlander of Iron Horse Barbecue displays one of the White City company's infrared grills at Pro Weld near Medford, Oregon.

Charbroiling Choo-Choos  White City company succeeds with unique look, infrared technology New York entrepreneur Stu Salenger was paging through a trade magazine last fall when an advertisement for a new breed of barbecues caught his eye. By Greg Stiles Posted Jun. 2, 2009 at 12:01 AM New York entrepreneur Stu Salenger was paging through a… Read more »